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in the australia parliament. prime minister jule julia gillard and cabinet members discuss australia's recently imposed carbon tax and the government's immigration policy concerning asylum seekers. also they outline new anti-smoking efforts. then in their senate, the foreign affairs minister, discusses australia's role in the julian assange case. this is courtesy of australia's public affairs channel. ♪ >> hello. i have highlights of the last sitting australian parliament. one thing that has dogged australia for years is asylum seekers. they have been coming in record numbers on leaky boats, and some, sadly, have been drowning at sea trying to get here. the government has been under i lot of pressure to take a tougher policy to deter boats from making this journey. finally the government backed down and embraced the opposition's policy, after it was recommended by an expert panel. asylum seekers will now be sent to the tiny pacific company of niru to have their claims processed rather than on shore here in australia. it is what the opposition wanted. opposition leader tony abbott didn't let t
members discuss australia's recently imposed carbon tax. also, australia's health minister outlines new anti-smoking efforts. over in their senate, the foreign affairs minister discusses australian's role in the julian assange case. >> hello i'm david with highlights of the last sitting of the australian parliament. one of the issues that's been doving the government here in australia is solemn seekers. they've been come something record numbers on leaky boats and some sadly has been drowning at sea trying to get here. the government has been under a lot of pressure to take tougher policy to deter those for making this journey. finally the government backed down and embraced the opposition policy after it was recommended by an expert panel. it's what the opposition wanted but opposition leader tony didn't let the government get away by reminding the political back flip. >> madam, my question, i thank the prime minster for finally adopting one element in the board of protection policy. namely offshore purchasing purchase. ing -- purchasing. i asked when will she adopt the other policy. >
more on aussie now. australia's retail sales down the most in two years in july. consumers cut back on spending. the data added to recent signs and australia's reports are receiving a separate report. and they don't expect the rba to cut rates. but there is a growing consensus for central banks to ease by the end of the year. although an industry report suggests the slowdown in the mining sector might crimp confidence and lead to lower sales in the future. the ongoing debate over the end of australia's mining boom banking sector, joining us today, marshall senior analyst at asia specific. david, thanks very much indeed for joining us. i supposed we should work out what's going to happen to australian banks, one has to have some thoughts on the retail sector and the housing sector. give us your own thought about the commodities boom. is it over? >> well, not quite yet in the way that people think. i mean, i'm not the economist, but my understanding of what's happening in australia is that, you know, the ups and downs of short-term demand from countries like china won't make an impact
entry. >>> japan and australia have moved a little bit closer. the two countries' foreign affairs and defense ministers have agreed to increase cooperation on security issues. this includes closer ties between japan's self-defense forces and the australian military. nhk world's mari sakamoto reports from sydney. >> reporter: japanese and australian personnel have worked together before. they trained over the summer in hawaii to practice clearing mines. it's the kind of thing they think they can do more of. u.s. president barack obama has changed strategy with a new focus on the asia pacific region. security analysts say he has got his eye on the increasing military presence of china. japanese and australian personnel have responded by reinforcing cooperation. they want maintain stability in the region. so they've agreed to work together on things like peacekeeping operations and disaster relief. >> translator: the security situation in the asia-pacific region has changed. we've succeeded in achieving common vision. >> this two plus two meeting, the governments of australia and jap
which started in april. the two military forces are training together in darwin, northern australia. the city is an ideal location for the u.s. military as it is close to southeast asia. it also faces the indian ocean. it is out of the range of china's ballistic missiles. the u.s. plans to increase the number of its marines in australia. some of the joint exercises were open to the media. nhk world's takeo nakajima reports on the program that is apparently a cause of concern for china and a source of interest for many other asian countries. >> reporter: this australian military training facility is located 130 kilometers southeast of darwin. this is northern territory australia. australians and u.s. marines are exercising the joint training using tanks. the forces invited media representatives to a demonstration in which u.s. marines supported their australian counterparts. the media also observed joint live-shell firing drills. >> the training is to help us train with the united states marine corps. as we know, they've obviously been stationed in northern australia. we've come out
on fishing rights. japan's defense minister has played host to his counterpart from australia even as heeals with the crisis in the east china sea. morimoto and steven smith agreed on the need to tight maritime security and cooperate with their u.s. allies. >> we were able to come up with a constructive aim in building up japan, australia relations toward defense cooperation. >> morimoto said japanese authorities have been struggling to respond to chinese and taiwanese vessels approaching the territory. he said he and his colleagues are seeking twice maintain stable ties. smith said australian officials hope for a peaceful and legal solution. >> australia's contribution in this area is to make the following points, which is we don't take sides in these disputes but absolutely essential that these matters resolved am mick cabbly, in accordance with international law and the law of the sea. >> smith promised australian diplomats would urge china to be a positive constructive member of the international community. >>> china brought its first aircraft carrier into service amid tensions with japa
at her own country, accusing australia of being too expensive for business to operate. a mining magnate who earns about $2 billion an hour said that australia should look to africa where they pay people to dollars a day. duncan kennedy has this report. >> good evening ipo members and friends, i'm sorry i could not be with you this evening. >> she is said to be worth $30 billion. it all comes from australia's mining boom, but that is now weakening as chinese demand waivers. she's decided to use a rare public appearance of the blame australia's high costs for the slowdown. >> we must get realistic not just to get rid of class warfare. if we competed at the olympic games as sluggishly as we compete economically, there would be an outcry. >> last week reinhardt wrote an article saying australians would be richer if if they smoked and drank less. now she says the country should look to africa and make itself more competitive. >> africans want to work. its workers are willing to work for less than $2 a day. such statistics make me work for this country's future. >> the idea that australians s
. when the first settlers arrived in australia they brought with than their european culture of it came to dominate the country, but in recent years their links with asia have started to grow. as duncan kennedy reports, a new generation is making its mark. >> 3.4 million australians have an asian ancestral background and now call australia home. this is the annual celebration of australian-asian ancestry in sydney. >> being in australia, i feel indian, but in india i feel australian. i am fortunate to have the best of both worlds? >> this marketing in sydney is an example of the growing focus. a company run by the hong kong born [unintelligible] >> at i am very proud chinese, going back to hong kong and china once a year, i do consider myself australian and chinese at the same time. >> half of all the agents in australia are under 20. they can find conflict with their first generation parents, whose heart, if not their head, remains in their homeland. it has been nearly 40 years since they abolished the pro- white policy here. and now they have talked about this as the asian century, an
on october 3rd. >>> hundreds of passengers traveling from san francisco to australia are on their way after frustrating delays that that spanned two days. >> with two flights bound for australia. those passengers just took off. loft night they slept in the airport, 200 other passengers . passengers were booked on to monday night's flight was pushed back until tuesday morning at 9:00. >> i wanted to meet with a friend in australia, now it is not possible. i will fly 10 hours late. >> reporter: united airlines tells abc7 news there were two different mechanical problems. >> i was pretty upset. very frustrated. traveling is not fun to start with. then delays and whatever and people are difficult to deal with. the people here were nice, but last night on the phone not very nice. >> reporter: she lives in san francisco she went home to ride out delays. the airline did give out hotel and food vouchers. some passengers said it wasn't enough. they said it was a hassle to get their checked luggage back and they had to pay to take a shuttle to the hotel. flight took off shortly after 9:00 this mornin
with chase sapphire preferred. >>> a flight to australia from anywhere in the u.s. can cost y you thousands of dollar, but now google is giving you a chance to see it for free. taking its street view off the road and under water. editorial producer nadia bilchik has been getting her feet wet so to speak with google's latest offering. nadia, what's this all about? >> well, it's fascinating. this is a scientific project that's dedicated to really exploring reefs around the world, and what they've done is taken this extraordinary camera that gives you these panoramic views. now the camera is based on a shock. so it's got the motion, the mobility, and the speed of a shock. so it's as if you're actually maneuvering or swimming through the water. >> why do this. >> the idea is the greatness and awareness. millions go to the reefs but you say you haven't gone. now you can go without getting wet. >> i don't mind getting wet. i'd like to go to australia one day. have you? >> i have not been to australia, but if i did, this would definitely be one of my destinations. you can see 30 species of whale,
in australia. what causes this tornado of fire.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the johansen syncytial hothead house restaurant of he instills some platforms this was shot last week includes links australia. he was kidnapped and filling his spot pitches when he spotted the site. >>> we dissected the seedless the air so fast that sometimes there's a little irritation with the wind. around. today we have some low-cost loans and fog that are moving back on shore this morning. rohr to season:. running mainly into the fifties were selling this is the 40's and the north bay good '60s and a few 70's he in the war spots and lynn. temperatures in the in the '60s up toward the shoreline. temptress thing below the average for the better part of the week. the loss of even five in the fresno area at 93391 and its yosemite. 64 degrees of monterey bay. mostly sunny skies around the interior parts of the bay about seven degrees it set a clear. sixties towards hoffman day. inside the center by about 68 degrees and 0162 a separate cisco and 75 in santa rosa. as we look towards a week and things begin to cool down even more. we
another couple hours. bill: they played for five hours in australia and it's started to look like that's a real possibility here. bill: and murray out 0-30. mary: he's crafty. he knew he could get djokovic in a vulnerable position by drag -- dragging him in as he did. as john said he's got soft hands. bill: did it here at roland garros. did it here against roger federer. faced those two match points. 15-30. bill: 30-30. we talked about that long match they played in australia. almost five hours. and then novak came back and played the longest grand slam final ever, five hours and 53 minutes against rafa. that was an amazing test of will. finally won by novak with both men barely able to stand during the trophy presentation. the trophy presentation. two points away from the set. john: dare we say two sets to one? bill: vintage djokovic in that game. 6-2 in the third and on to set 6-2 in the third and on to set number four. can it know when it needs to be repaired? and when it doesn't? in industries like manufacturing and energy, they're using predictive analytics to detect signs of trou
here. but crowds and crowds. the woman in australia makes a rare discovery by a local beach. she found a message that traveled thousands of miles barbara richards found an odd shell with the message all the way from england the messenger is this four year-old it was intended for her aunts and lives off the coast of the uk. the old jasmine didn't realize how bad the she had missed the mark until she got a letter by months later in australia >>> i was very happy that it went to australia. i love her accent. their friends on face up hope one day to meet in person. at bottom a pretty good time saw working its way to australia. and this will let the woman sent a letter to her. a little geography lesson. >>> it's the wait is over for all of you fed up football fans the breakthrough deal the referees are coming back. it was the craziest thing ever. a mercedes kids are newsmen how i high-speed chase started overnight had. >>> this morning is sally had not seen in about a year to clear a sidewalk in front of the federal reserve building.,,,,,,,
out to australia to hear from jpmorgan. >>> the democratic convention is set to kick off. >>> one hour into the trade daigle in europe. weighted to the downside at the moment. advances outpaced by decliners. by a little around six to four, a little less than that. let's show you where we stand as far as the ftse 100 is today. the ibex actually up 8% so that market is benefitting from these draghi comments suggesting bond buying wouldn't breach the rules, which is fairly encouraging. euro/dollar -- well, let's show you how that's had an impact on spanish debt yields. up to around 6.8% yesterday, slightly lower this morning. 6.7% is now, gilt firmer, 1.7%. construction pmi coming out later. euro/dollar back over to $.26 level. back over that level from friday. dollar/yen, slightly up. sterling steady at 1.59. that's where we stand in european trade. what about the asian session? si xuchlt an joining us. >> investors risk appetite is waning. the hang seng was weighed down by blue chips. south golby down 6.5% after chalco dropped bid. the nikkei continued its crawl to a fresh four-week low
in australia. hundreds of people demonstrated outside the u.s. consulate in sydney. the protest turned violent when police pushed back protesters from the consulate building. authorities used tear gas and police dogs to disperse the demonstrators, four people were hurt. and this was a scene in india. there were also protests in tunisia and afghanistan today. but cairo, egypt, a city rocked by violent protests earlier in the week today was quiet. here's a look at just how widespread the unrest has been. pros in more than a dozen countries this week, including libya. libyan officials believe islamic militants used it as a divergent to attack the consulate. we're live now in tripoli in the investigation. what have you learned? >> well, fredricka, it's starting to become clearer now the more officials are coming out and speaking about this. they're saying that the protests might not have even happened, might not have even taken place. that this was -- it seems to be a preplanned, premeditated attack by islamist groups, extremist groups that are operating in the eastern part of the country where th
place in both sydney, australia, and paris today. but overall, the there was an evening of the muslim protests that at their height reached more than 20 countries. elizabeth palmer reports from cairo, it took more than just one offensive video to spark that violence. >> reporter: there's no doubt this is genuine fury. protesters of the u.s. embassy in tunis even tore down the stars and stripes to hoist the fundamentalist islamic flag. across the muslim world, anti-american anger fueled a destructive frenz theweek. and where there was no embassy, the mobs went for american symbols. in tripoli, lebanon, a kfc and a hardee's restaurant of torched and in tunis, a highly respected american school overrun and looted. but was it really a clumsy u.s.-made film that caused all this? in fact, says mohammed sabreem, editor of egypt's al ahram newspaper, the real roots lie much deeper. >> i think american foreign policy for a long, long time was doing a lot of harm. >> reporter: in egypt, for example, american long supported the widely despised president hosni mubarak, what was toppled by a popul
grew, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, scott. steve wozniak got his iphone down under in brisbane, australia. he was seventh in line. woz made it a tradition to stand in line for each iphone release. it is being launched in japan and canada and germany and australia and the united states. >> a lot of people waited in line for that. that is remarkable. >>> last day of summer for us. let's check in with rob mayeda. >> it is a great day. look at that nice shot as you see as the view is looking gorgeous across the golden gate bridge. >> you know what, rob? we are having trouble hearing you. we were lucky because for "endeavour" we had beautiful skies. we had the fog cover as you see him make his way past there as "endeavour" did across the golden gate bridge. we will work out his mic issue. nasa delayed its flight by an hour to get some clear skies over the bay area. still, a beautiful sight out there. >> still some spectators taking in the golden gate bridge. why not on this gorgeous friday? it happens to be, as laura mentioned, the last day of summer. i think we got rob mayeda's mic checked. c
the details of a story. we will give woz a few hours to respond. he has been in australia for several days on a trip. here he is buying the iphone 5 in australia. he told a radio station and newspaper there he wants to become an australian citizen. he doesn't appear to mean that in a polite way. he doesn't very broadband high speed internet at his home. samsung filed court papers alleging the apple and samsung case says they should not have brought their own expert into the deliberations. he did use his own experience in obtaining his patented to better understand the case and use that experience to explain what was going to other jurors. samsung says jurors shouldn't bring personal experience into the jury room. they should rely on the evidence presented. >>> thank you. time to take it outside and check on the summer forecast. it feels like summer, christina loren. >> it feels like summer. i'm looking at every single long-range model and variation i can find and everything tells me the heat wave will not break until the end of next week. starting with the live look an sunol. we had clouds
even in australia is the steps to which the government in trusts teachers to perform in classrooms every single day. what we learn from high performing countries -- ontario, a shanghai, hong kong -- there's a great deal of trust in teachers. they have it upgraded one of -- i have a great deal of autonomy in teaching in the classroom. less performing countries tend to micromanage. >> so, it is thinking we know what is best in the classroom? >> that is correct. that has been shown to not be the case. certainly the government should set broad parameters. thereafter, the actual curriculum, assessing the curriculum, reporting on the curriculum, there should be a great deal of professional autonomy for teachers in order to do that. >> so, trust is important? >> absolutely. >> thinking back home, are there unions involved in the umbrella of the teaching profession? >> we are pretty involved. what we have learned from this summit, those high performing countries, those unions are enter cooled to the success. if you -- integral to the success. need to involve the profession in the developme
. that explains the delight of a breeding facility in australia which has taken delivery of 40 babies. the babies are born in april at a sanctuary in eastern australia. the tasmanian devil is like the kangaroo. they grow in their mother's pouch. they measure 30 centimeters and weigh a kilogram. staff at the facility say 40 new arrivals will sustain the endangered animal. >> we are hoping to house 1,000 individuals in total. if we can house 1,000,0 it shou get us on wait to establish a them in the wild. a facial tumor disease. a drop of 90% since 1996. >>> now, a typhoon continues to affect people in the philippines. let's turn to sayaka mori for latest. >> you can see cylindrical clouds. a typhoon. sustain wind, nearly 200 kilometers an hour. with much, much higher gusts. as it moves over the warm hours it could intensify even further. it could move through the northern island, of the philippines, by friday local time as a violent typhoon. head towards taiwan or the islands afterwards. rainfall could be significant because, it will continue to move, at a snail's pace. we anticipating about 350 mi
's first collar. ♪ >>> a guy named todd sloan in melbourne, australia, must be watching "right this minute" because he has made a video just for youtube. >> what's that in the sky? >> it's another that's a ufo video. >> it is a ufo video, but steven, todd sloan gives us the perspective shot you have been asking for. >> all i'm asking for, all the people out there who think you see a ufo, give us a frame of reference. take your camera, show us a tree, show us a friend, show us a it football field and then point up to the sky to show us that you didn't just make this up. >> there's a street, street light, i'm going back to the blinking like in the sky. >> this is nowhere as convincing as the other blinking lights in the sky. so far away it could be a plane. i like he did the perspective thing. still looks like it could be a plane. >> look at the erratic flying and changing colors of the lights. perspective shot, ufo shot. anything good enough for you guys? >> it's a dot on screens. it could be a blown out pixel on the camera. >> what i will say is i don't think he fabricated this video. >> i
in australia. and what you're looking at is a fire tornado. >> it's a brush fire that started or what happened first? the wind came first or the fire came first? >> in this case it was a brush fire that was already happening near alice springs, australia, and this column of warm, rising air created a fire tornado. >> so what's burning? is that debris? >> it's actually the fire being sucked up in a funnel. >> that freaks me out a little bit. >> something's wrong. >> it's right that it freaks you out because it doesn't happen very often. this happened to be caught on camera by a filmmaker who was in this location on a location scout for a movie. usually if these things do occur they last for two minutes. he got to witness this spec kal for nearly 40 minutes. and at its highest, this fire tornado stretched nearly 100 feet into the air. >> it looks like cgi, something you would see in some movie. >>> everybody hates getting a parking ticket. this guy is getting a ticket after he appeared to still have time left on the meter, in hollywood. >> i'm getting a ticket right now. but as you can see, ther
the money? >> no, we don't have much control. the entire region is in flame in sud an, australia, london, and indonesia seen massive protest in the american embassy and the time of flexing our empties under this administration is gone. >> can i ask a question: when you look at australia and paryis all of the other places, was the hatred for america so close what is going on that we couldn't sense it? could we not have known about it? >> you have to be asleep since 9/11 and 1979, where this wave of radical islam modern day kicked off and in places like europe. you have growing muslim populations and they are radicalize that's why london is london istan. no surprise. we have seen these rise 18 months ago, ambassador bolton who you had on, said this is not anything going to be good. we are taking out bad guys, secular guys. but replacing them with radical islam who are bent on america's destruction. the obama administration didn't see that. i guess. >> as the saying goes. better off with the devil you know than the devul you don't. eric thank you soap much toint. >> thank you, judge. and co
tensions rising across europe as well as the middle east and northern africa. >> and even in australia some things that we have been >> yeah.ng down there, australia has a large muslim population and in sydney there was a group of hundreds of muslim demonstrators who gathered outside the u.s. consultate. they were on the steps of the building and throwing shoes at the building and then refused to move when the police moved in. so that is when things got heated there. there was one officer hit in the head with a bottle. numerous protesters were injured and arrested by police who were using their clubs and pepper spray and even police dogs. in sydney, australia. it was an ugly clash. it has been welled for now but leading many to wonder what is next, where is next and how bad is this thing going to get? >> rick, thank you very much. >>> right now we are learning more about a situation that certainly tells us the danger for americans lurks right here at home. fbi agents arresting an 18-year-old man in chicago in a sting operation to stop him from doing great harm. they say he picked -- they pi
're cutting back on spending. >> and. >> australia's richest woman is complaining about the cost of doing business suggesting a $2 a day wage would make her country more competitive of she makes money through mining and says australia is becoming a high cost and high risk nation and cannot compete with workers willing to work for very low wages. >> africans want to work. workers are willing to work for less than $2 per day. it's not the australian way to toss people $2 to toss them a $2 gold coin ask them to work for a day. >> officials are baffled by the complaints pointing out australia's economy recovered 21 years -- recorded rather 21 years of growth. today her company cut 14 contractors working on her company's $10 kbrinl project. >> okay and he stunned the world when his wine, remember, weet a -- beat a french favorite? >> and there is a doctor's quick thinking that saved a young girl from a disease that wiped out thousands from a disease in the [ female announcer ] every day, there's a new reason not to make a home-cooked meal. work, errands, a greasy bag of deep-fried easy. ♪ fo
. >> and this australia film makers have captured a rare site on camera. >> looks like a swirling inferno called a firendo. there is a rare look here. >> this swirling inferno mazingly caught on tape. and there is where temperatures have been battling brush fires nearly a week. the region hasn't seen rainfall. it happened monday afternoon when chris was scouting locations from movie shoots. abc news licensed this video from the film maker says he was standing about a thousand feet from action. >> i knew within 30 seconds that this was a very unique event. probably globally. taking the sound of it a jet enjoin. -- engine. it doesn't look real. >> this dust devil with fire occurs when tents twisting winds come into contact with pir and it usually lasts just minutes but he found himself in the middle of other dangerous fury for 40 minute autos i've never seen anything move so quickly. i was over and it is something i never expected to see again. >> well... >> yes. >> there is a bizarre sight. >> fires can generate their own micro climates and they can form a and you don't want to be near them. >> no. >> you'
are willing for the phone at low thunder was in australia up. >>> this is the place with the phone is being released to the so i don't have to wait 17 extra hours to go in california ended after five or two hours to get done them. >>> it was present to them this the kind yesterday when cells began in australia. he's also attending a business forms and his big. we want to know how far would you go to get your hand on the phone. >>> ahead hough i might get one. mid and in the future to cheer. the u.s. troops did in afghanistan is tend dozen soldiers will still be in the country >>> the suspect in the car run a movie massacre is a back in court. >>> there are riots, on and the whip tacking cars in coming down the street could chew in under siege at college students. they've had enough.,,,,,,,,,,,, a lot of people name their cars. mine should be sporty. maybe i'll give mine a name. something hot. ya know, i could name it the dragon, or the green machine. oh! i'm british racing green, actually. just to show i appreciate all...uh, turtle does. turtle? turtle gets me to work, to school... no, no,
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.75%. the nikkei down 0.7. india pretty much flat lining. so hanging on to a small green. and australia it not really reacting to the record jump in iron ore prices. so it looks like the market is falling more on the down side befo. back to you. >> chloe cho for us in singapore following all of that market action in asia. meanwhile facebook ceo mark zuckerberg will give his much anticipated first interview post the company's may ipo today. he'll be speaking at 5:00 eastern at the tech crunch disrupter's conference. zuckerberg is expected to touch on the expansion of mobile and growth into new growth areas. but take a look at shares. something in the range of 50% down from that listing price. what we want to know is what do investors want to hear from zuckerberg, what can he say to help turn the company's prospects around in terms of the share price. let us know, respond to that or anything else you've heard on the program. worldwide@cnbc.com. of course you can also tweet us @cnbcwex or reach us directly, kelly underscore evans or @beccymeehan. >>> don't give up on the euro says the imf.
a tweet of of of getting a iphone in australia. >>pam: our coverage continues now, our kron4 tech report gabe slate found more people waiting in line at the san francisco apple store. >>gabe: i a.m in front of the stops in st. apple store. these tents have been here for two or three nights. as i hand them online you'll see that some people have left their names and phone numbers on the chair. >> if you order the iphone 5 now or on line it will take up to a month to shifty. that is how much demand there has been for this fund. >>caller: apple and these carriers will open at 8:00 a.m. to sell the iphone 5. i expect there will be long lines in all of these stores. i think it was a lot tomorrow or by monday. unfortunately if he wants in iphone tomorrow or this weekend, he will be in line lines. this and you get a live birth, the better chance you have. if you go to at&t, or verizon, they will try to sell you add-ons' or accessories. lines at those stores tend to go slower. best buy in radio shack will also be selling the phones. these stores offer a good no waiting in line option. you can
the anti islamic film spread to australia the out raged dies down ports a geraldine no-show'' test authority's are keeping protesters under control >>> riot police push back demonstrators protesting the movie outside the american consulate in sydney, on saturday. in cairo, demonstrations began officers cleared protesters from the cities where a concrete barrier blocks the entrance to the american embassy. violence spread to more than 20 countries ambassador chris stevens and three other americans died during an assault on the embassy in libya tuesday. >>> we must send a clear and resolute message those who attack our people will find no escape from justice >>> as demonstration subside altai that urges protesters to keep up attacks on u.s. embassies around the globe. >>> google said no to the white house when it was asked if it would reconsider its decision to keep the club on youtube google owns youtube and is censoring the video after blocking it in egypt and libya. it is restricting the video to comply with local law not as a response to political pressure in. a wildfire still bu
forward deployed west of the international "dateline" and some of them are in japan and some in australia, some are aboard ships. probable 4,000 in japan. so we never left the pacific. the pacific is kind of our home. we have been there for a long time. we have a lot of experience on every island all the way from new zealand all the way to the solomons. and i was celebrating the landing at the canal. this is an area we are very familiar with. so as the president has reoriented the strategy towards the pacific and i think it is the right thing to do, we are kind of turning back to an area that probably we understand. we bring a lot to that part of the world. navy partners on board navy ships. quite honestly we can partner with any nation. we don't need a base of operations. we can operate off the ship or come ashore with a low footprint. we intend to capitalize on that as we ship our forces coming out of afghanistan and end up with 22,000 marines west of the international "dateline." let me make a comment on the pacific and the important tabs of it. it has always been important to our nati
. in brazil and australia steve was and yet another apple co-founder steven london because that's where it first went on sale. >>> this is new york. what to the new york. that is one big line. people will be in line for a form. the soros 7038 up there. >>> would you go to our show just to get a phone? oshkosh >>> at that point it's not just about the phone is about the party. a woman has major injuries after she was pinned under and has the v that crashed into a central focal restaurant. it jumped a sidewalk and crashed into this restaurant. the 78 year-old woman was pushed from the sidewalk into the restaurant. there wasn't much traffic on the street because of a farmer's market. >>> the street was closed to traffic except to vendors. >>> the 55 rural driver was questioned and released. police do not believe drugs to alcohol or and ball. the restaurant was closed. >>> with a college campus is not for everyone. some neighbors of santa clara university's de student party is now getting out of hand. some neighbors say the noise is not the biggest problem at its the aftermath. >>> occupanc
five, six-hour matches in year. one was with murray in australia. then he beat nadal in the final, but mentally this has been such a strain for djokovic. john: both guys obviously has had to dole with the conditions, but when you're up two set you feel a whole lot better about things. you don't see him grabbing his leg now. bill: as you watch this, remember that andy carries the hopes of great britain, really, on his shoulders. has since he's got on the the top of the men's game. trying to become the first british man to win a grand slam title in 76 years, since fred perry did it at the u.s. championships at 36. -- in 1936. john: on the one hand, djokovic hasn't been out there that long in this tournament. however, three of the sets were yelled. physically he seems to be in prime condition. incredibly well-conditioned young man. so it's more of a mental thing than a physical thing at this stage. bill: take a look at that. last player to come from two sets down in the final to win the u.s. open was pancho gonzalez in 1949. bill: 15-30. bill: murray's got exceptional feel. he uses i
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